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hello experts,
i am using following statement to connect my vb application with oracle.
dim con as new adodb.connection
con.connectionstring="Provider=MSDAORA.1;User Id=scott/toger"
con.open

it is working.
please, i want to know meaning of :
Provider=MSDAORA.1
what is MSDAORA and what is .1 here.
thanks .
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Question by:soodsandeep
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by:JackOfPH
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MSDAORA means Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Oracle
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by:soodsandeep
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thanks JackOfPH and kaliyugkaarjun !
but can i write
"provider=Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Oracle;User id=scott/tiger"

and what is .1 in MSDAORA.1?
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by:deepak_jims
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it' better u use the GUI package instead of the coe.
u have to create a data environment and then a data source in which u have to
select the OLE connector that u will be going to use . in this case it is " microsoft ole db conncector for oracle" (it is in the bottom of the list provided) . select this and press CONTINUE.

select the data base u want to use from oracle and provide the autentication mode.
after the authentication is done . TEST THE CONNECTION by pressing the button in botton most.
if the connection is OK. THEN continue and check the data source whether u have succeded or not.
also to ensure whether the connection is made or nor check the data source property of the FORM. there u will find some one as the connection string.

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You can also write like

"Provider=OraOLEDB.Oracle;Data Source=MyOracleDB;User Id=Username;Password=Password;"
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